Welcome to The World Federation Against Drugs
Rima Saade Turk, 48 years, Secretary General at Nusroto Association, drug and rehabilitation center, Cenacle of the Son of Man, Lebanon
Why are you here?
I am here because my organization is member of the World Federation Against Drugs and because I am nominated to be the representative of Asia in the board of WFAD. I want to share experiences with other grass-root organizations and I want to increase our knowledge on drugs and treatment. More
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The First West African Forum on Drugs took place in Lagos, Nigeria on July 8-10 and gathered över 60 participants from Nigeria and neibouring countries. The theme of the conference was "Mainstreaming Health and Child-Right Concerns in Substance Abuse Policy, Planning and Programming in West Africa".
The invited speakers...[Continue]
WFAD and People Against Drug Dependency & Ignorance are inviting NGOs in the West African region to the 1st West African Forum on Drugs!
The conference will take place in Lagos Nigeria the 8th - 10th of July 2015. We are inviting interested Civil Society Organizations working in the areas of Drug Demand Reduction programs across the West African sub-region to register interest for...[Continue]
Partae - Interview with a party girl
A STUDY GUIDE BY FIONA HALL
Many South American countries are nowadays undergoing suffering and poverty because of problems related to drug production, increased use and trafficking. The Board of WFAD therefore decided that it would be important to have the first WFAD South American Conference in Buenos Aires with the aim to spread methods and knowledge...[Continue]
Written by: Linda Nilsson
Most at risk Child: Any child who stands the risk of being exposed to Narcotics as per UNCRC definition, which states that; States Parties shall take all appropriate measures, including legislative,...[Continue]
Written by: Jo Baxter
The book, Chasing the Scream by Johann Hari, is being promoted world-wide by a strong pro-drug lobby. This article is a snapshot of a more detailed critique being published in the Quadrant in November. Those who have the health and well-being of our communities (and especially our emerging generations) will do well to read this and the complete article. They will then be better positioned to...[Continue]
Written by: Linda Nilsson
ANTI DOP AMBASADOR 2015
for individuals, media, government institutions, associations and non-government organisations which have contributed to the fight against...[Continue]
Written by: George Ochieng
Moments of reflection before my landing knocked hard at back of my brain and I thought hard...[Continue]
Written by: Malin Thorsson
Big business sees an opportunity to make money on cannabis legalization they want to make profits while we, the young, and society at large will bear the real costs.
It has been claimed in the Swedish debate that the first step to achieve a sustainable drug policy is to have an open and objective debate. The Swedish Youth...[Continue]